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CNN
Nov 17, 2012 5:00pm PST
that needed organizing they gave to carter. >> tim carter, seen here in '78, was a trusted aide to jim jones. he saw jonestown through different eyes. >> it was beautiful. i mean, something about nature, being in the jungle, it was beautiful. >> carter stayed almost to the end. he saw the gunmen come back from the airport. >> the tractor trailer that had come from the airstrip came up behind and stopped at the kitchen, and these guys jumped out. bob ky said, we got the congressman. >> that's when the reverend jim jones told his people this would be the day they'd have to die. >> the congressman is dead. please give the medication. it's simple. no convulsions with it. it's simple. just please get it. >> the children were killed first. >> tim carter saw his 1-year-old son poisoned. >> malcolm was dead, his little lips covered with foam. this is what happens with arsenic and cyanide as it foams at the mouth. >> he held his wife as she died. >> i put my arms around gloria as she was holding malcolm and just kept on sobbing, i love you so much, i love you so much. >> carter lived only because he
CNN
Nov 17, 2012 6:00pm PST
the hundreds of bodies. tim carter saw the reverend jim jones teetering on the edge that day. >> you could see his jaws getting a little bit tighter, you know, and his arms being folded. >> after the truck left for the airport, carter turned to his wife. >> i said, i think we're all going to die. he's going to try to kill everybody. >> then an announcement over the loudspeaker. >> we walked up to the pavilion. it was very quiet. it was very somber. >> how very much i've loved you. how very much i've tried my best to give you a good life. >> this from jim jones in the last tape-recording he ever made. >> if we can't live in peace, then let's die in peace. >> he told his flock that this man, larry layton, planned to bring down congressman ryan's plane. >> they're going to shoot that pilot and down comes that plane into the jungle, and we had better not have any of our children left when it's over. >> he said the guyanese army would come through the jungle to torture them. >> when they start parachuting out of the air, they'll shoot some of our innocent babies. and i don't think we should sit her
ABC
Nov 7, 2012 4:30am EST
is expected to be back here later this afternoon. brianne carter, abc 7 nevis. >> thank you so much. baburam virginia -- democrats have tim kaine is defeated -- battleground virginia. democrat tim kaine has defeated george allen. >> he spoke to supporters in richmond. >> our victory proves that is the number of people who stand with you not the number 0 is behind the czech that determines an election in the united states of america. >> we honestly and vigorously advocate our principles and offered a clear vision. we sought to reinvigorate the spirit of our country. >> the former governor's fought for the seat of democratic senator jim webb. >> coverage continues in a few minutes with a live report on the results of controversial topics on maryland ballots. what voters decided when it comes to expanding gambling and legalizing same-sex marriage. >> here is linda bell, live that bloomberg headquarters. what will happen now? >> we are looking at stock futures -- they are indicating little changed now but it is worth noting that the obama victory four years ago caused the biggest plunge ever for
ABC
Nov 7, 2012 6:00am EST
to washington this afternoon. reporting live outside the white house, brianne carter, abc 7 news. >> thanks so much, brianne. appreciate your coverage. turning now to battleground virginia democrat tim kaine defeated republican george allen in the senate race. kaine received 52% of the vote, keeping the seat in democratic hands. allen was thwarted in his bid to regain the seat he lost six years ago. the two former governors vied for the seat of retiring democratic senator, jim webb. now it may be tougher for virginia to take private property through eminent domain. voters approved a constitutional amendment ensuring private property is only taken for true public use and not given to another private landowner. opponents say it could cost state and local government tens of millions of dollars, and that a 2007 law was sufficient to protect property owners. >> our team coverage continues now in maryland, where voters approved referendums on two key issues legalizing same-sex marriage and expanding gambling. john gonzalez live with more on the imp
CNBC
Nov 9, 2012 6:00am EST
wrong-minded policies can hurt the economy and if jimmy carter had been reelected there may not have been the '80s. >> my 2014, bernanke doesn't keep the job, would tim geithner take it? >> this is through '14. >> say tim geithner does the speaking circuit, if obama calls him and says you go be ben. >> or janet yellin, another one whose name has come up, potentially someone who would take that job but geithner is a possibility. geithner may be at the imf, not the imf, the world bank is another place. >> quickly, you said that geithner may be negotiating right now. who is he negotiating with on the fiscal cliff? >> he would be talking with the gang of eight. i heard an interesting proposal that i can't talk about just now the gang of eight and the mark warner folks. >> it's gang of eight plus mark warner, he's the ninth? >> i thought he was among the eight. >> i thought he was hosting dinners for the gang of eight. >> i thought he was one of them. >> he's been talking to the senators? >> maybe -- as far as i know. >> sounds like we have to leave it there. steve thank you and because y
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